24-hour/day Coverage, Seven Days a Week Office Location - Modular 186 (northeast corner of campus at the end of parking lot 5) Office Number - 303.458.4122 Office Hours - Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The Regis University Campus Safety Office exists to provide a safe and secure environment for the entire Regis community. A staff of 12 full-time safety officers works in teams of two on all shifts to provide 24-hour/day coverage, seven days a week, including holidays. Campus Safety works with students, faculty and staff to promote awareness and support of safety and security issues. Campus Safety provides vehicle and foot patrol, responds to all incidents and emergency situations and provides an escort service to and from residence halls and parking areas. It also provides assistance for community events and activities on campus, maintains continuous phone and radio contact with the officers in the field, provides parking enforcement and makes presentations to the community on security and safety issues. The office provides regular information alerts in the Update and Highlander newspaper as well as distributing periodic memos to the community regarding security and safety issues. Regis University is committed to creating and maintaining an environment where individual and institutional responsibility combine to promote each student's complete development. In order for the University to achieve this goal within an atmosphere where the rights of its members are respected, it is necessary to establish policies that reflect the nature of a student community and the situations inherent in it. Every member of the University community is provided equal rights and benefits in accordance with the expectation that each person has maturity, intelligence and concern for the rights of others. Only when a person demonstrates a lack of cooperation and consideration does the University, acting through its officials and judiciary bodies, take some type of disciplinary action, or report the offense to local law enforcement, agencies, if appropriate. Behavior, whether attempted or committed, judged to be disruptive to the community atmosphere, cannot be tolerated. Regis encourages all students, faculty and staff in its community to report violations to the Campus Safety Office or Office of Student Life. It is important that incidents be reported to provide maximum security and safety to the Regis community. In compliance with the Clery Act, we provide an annual Campus Safety Report that lists campus crime statistics (see link at right). If you would like a hard copy of this report mailed to you, either call 303.964.5295 (Report requests ONLY please), or write to us at Regis University, Department of Campus Safety J-20, 3333 Regis Blvd., Denver, CO 80221.